In this short video Ken shows you 2 similar but crucially different fast ways to browse code in Understand. One, like a web browser, lets you naturally dig in, follow links, and then back up through where you visited. The other is similar but keeps your original starting point and lets throw away your context when done. Each has their benefits – give them both a try.
Sometimes it’s just easier to show stuff rather than write about it.
Here are two core ways I browse code in Understand. They are similar but have one core difference – whether or not I need to walk back up the thru where I’ve explored, or if I just stop and instantly return to my original starting point.